Students urge people not to sign petition to scrap exams amid fears they’ll have to rely on mock results

Evening Standard is reporting that students have taken to social media to urge people not to sign a petition to scrap exams amid fears they will have to rely on mock results.

The Government has so far insisted school closures are not justified as part of the effort to combat Covid-19 but the biggest teachers’ union has called for that step to be taken.

One issue at stake is whether students will sit their GCSES and A-levels this year.

A petition on Change.org calling for students to be given their predicted grades has received over 13,000 signatures.

However, the proposal has been met with anger in some quarters.

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